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Shoulder Reconstruction Surgery in Kanpur

What is Shoulder Reconstruction Surgery?

Shoulder reconstruction surgery is an operative procedure in which stretched or torn soft-tissue structures that surround the shoulder joint, for example, the capsule, ligaments, and cartilage, are repaired to secure the shoulder joint in place. The treatment is mainly employed for the treatment of individuals with shoulder instability, to prevent recurrent joint dislocations, and to restore normal shoulder range of motion and function.


Shoulder instability is a chronic condition that causes the frequent dislocation of the shoulder joint. This occurs when the structures surrounding the shoulder joint cannot retain the upper end of the humerus (ball portion) in the glenoid (socket portion) of the shoulder due to an injury or tear. A partial dislocation is a subluxation, while a complete separation is a dislocation. The repeated dislocation of the humerus out of its socket is known as chronic shoulder instability. A tear in the labrum or rotator cuff and ligament tear in the front of the shoulder (a Bankart lesion) may lead to repeated shoulder dislocations.

Shoulder Conditions Orthopedic Doctor in Kanpur Treat

Orthopaedic surgeons in Kanpur offer shoulder reconstruction surgery for patients with pain and damage that results from:

  1. Arthritis, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, post-traumatic arthritis, and psoriatic arthritis, as well as other conditions of shoulder degenerative joint disease.
  2. Complete rotator cuff tears.
  3. Shoulder dislocations and instability.
  4. Failed primary shoulder surgery (including failed or re-torn rotator cuff repairs, recurrent dislocations after surgical shoulder stabilization, etc.).
  5. Osteonecrosis is a condition caused by inadequate blood supply to the bones of the shoulder joint.
  6. Previous shoulder replacement surgery that failed because of wear and tear, disease, implant loosening, poor function, or a painful implant.
  7. Severe fractures in the upper arm of the bone or the bones of the shoulder joint.

Shoulder Injury Symptoms

Patients might need surgery to reconstruct or replace the shoulder joint because of the following symptoms:

  • Severe pain
  • Shoulder instability or tendency to dislocate
  • Stiffness, swelling, and reduced range of motion

Diagnosing Shoulder Injuries

Our orthopedic orthopedic doctor in Kanpur conducted a thorough evaluation, which includes the following:

  1. Physical exam
  2. Discussion of personal and family medical history
  3. Discussion of symptoms

An orthopedic doctor in Kanpur uses the latest diagnostic tests to understand the extent of damage or disease in the shoulder joint and view its location to determine if replacement surgery is the best course of action. Orthopedic doctor in Kanpur often demand imaging tests such as:

Computed tomography (CT) scans

It is a specialized X-ray technology that takes cross-sectional images inside the body to produce 3D images.

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans

In this method, the orthopedic doctor in Kanpur uses a large magnet and radio waves to produce detailed images of soft tissues such as ligaments, cartilage, and tendons.

X-rays

They are used to check for bone fractures and signs of wear or injury.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Dr. Raghvendra Jaiswal, The Best Orthopedic Doctor In Kanpur

    What is Shoulder Reconstruction?

    Shoulder reconstruction involves surgical procedures to repair damaged or injured shoulder structures, such as tendons, ligaments, or the joint itself.

    Who typically requires Shoulder Reconstruction?

    Individuals experiencing severe shoulder injuries, rotator cuff tears, instability, or arthritis may require shoulder reconstruction.

    What conditions are treated through Shoulder Reconstruction?

    Shoulder reconstruction addresses a range of issues like rotator cuff injuries, shoulder dislocations, labrum tears, or arthritis-related shoulder damage.

    How is Shoulder Reconstruction performed?

    Surgical techniques vary based on the specific condition but often involve repairing or reconstructing damaged tissues using minimally invasive arthroscopic procedures.

    What are the benefits of Shoulder Reconstruction?

    It aims to restore shoulder function, alleviate pain, and enhance stability, allowing individuals to resume daily activities with reduced discomfort.

    What's the recovery period after Shoulder Reconstruction?

    Recovery times differ based on the complexity of the procedure and individual healing but may involve physical therapy for rehabilitation.

    Are there risks associated with Shoulder Reconstruction?

    As with any surgery, risks include infection, blood clots, stiffness, or nerve damage, but complications are rare and thoroughly discussed before the procedure.

    Who performs Shoulder Reconstruction surgeries?

    Orthopedic surgeons specializing in shoulder procedures typically perform shoulder reconstructions.

    Can Shoulder Reconstruction prevent future shoulder injuries?

    It aims to restore stability and function, reducing the likelihood of future shoulder issues or dislocations.

    Can non-surgical methods replace Shoulder Reconstruction?

    Non-surgical treatments like physical therapy or medications may suffice for minor shoulder issues but may not fully resolve severe conditions.

    Can Shoulder Reconstruction address chronic shoulder pain?

    Yes, it’s designed to alleviate chronic pain by repairing or reconstructing damaged structures causing discomfort.

    Is Shoulder Reconstruction covered by insurance?

    In many cases, shoulder reconstruction procedures are covered by health insurance, but it’s advisable to check coverage specifics with your insurer.

    Dr. Raghvendra Jaiswal has a rich experience in training house surgeons. He is trained in Computer Assisted Surgery(CAS). Dr. Raghvendra Jaiswa is one of Kanpur’s most experienced orthopaedic surgeons.

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